The T. Edison
The T. Edison, an automobile in the development process before Harrison Ford came out with the model T, has finally arrived on the market. It featured DC powered electric batteries and had Rex winged doors named for their resemblance to the T-rex, an ambush predator. The T-rex would sit for weeks on end waiting for prey to wander past its strike zone. The would perch with arms held tight to their bodies and elbows high to the sky. Once anything came close enough, they would strike out with their freakishly long arms and razor sharp talons. Ripping their meals to shreds with their claws before being devoured by their dainty teeth and jaws. The T.E. is made from a poly-alloy of liquid metal that allows for improved safety and easy repair. Once a vehicle becomes damaged, the car is merely taken to the shop where it is melted down and then reformed in one of the signature T.E. molds for the low, low cost of only exactly what it costs to make a new one of these exquisite machines: 2.84 billion dollars.